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What's ExtremeCopy?

ExtremeCopy is a Windows file copy tool which is able to copy and/or move your files extremely fast. The usage is simple and similar to Windows Explorer default file copier but it can increase the speed from 20% up to 120% faster than Windows default file copier. ExtremeCopy can integrate itself into your Windows seamlessly as copy tool. If you are interested to learn more about our product, feel free to click here to see more features.



Latest version: 2.3.4

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Supported operation system: XP / 2003 / Vista 32bit / Vista 64bit / Windows 7 / Windows 8



ExtremeCopy 2.3.4

New update of ExtremeCopy v2.3.4:

1) Fixed command line bug.

2) Fixed 'Same File' condition bug.


Mainstream Copy File Tool Comparison

In this test case, using total 1.31 GB size of files for test,including medium size and many small size of files/folders. and following is result of comparison of mainstream copy file tools .

Copy Tool Beginning Time of Video End Time of Video Took Time (seconds) Speed up percentage
Windows 7 Explorer 2:16 2:56 40 0%
ExtremeCopy 4:15 4:47 32 +20%
TeraCopy 6:23 7:05 42 -5%
SuperCopier2 8:26 9:21 55 -37.5%

What's benefit can I get from ExtremeCopy ?

  • Copy file and folder as usual and high efficiency and more powerful. Good for your backup file routine .
  • Save much time when you backup files to another hard drive or USB drive or computer
  • Manage your copy file task easily

CNET Review

We tested the program by copying a 1.73GB folder full of images, audio files, and other documents; first we used the Windows copy function, and then we tried it with ExtremeCopy. The built-in Windows function copied the folder in 2 minutes and 58 seconds, while ExtremeCopy managed the same task in 2 minutes and 20 seconds.



In general, just wanted to let you know that ExtremeCopy is doing a great job for us.

Initially we started with 1 copy running at a time and copied 280Gb from 1 server to 4 servers in parallel within 55 min.

Now we’re running 2 copy tasks in parallel (we’re using the 2 network cards the servers have) and time dropped down to 30 min.

--- Liran